From llama baby shower decorations to llama baby shower cake, the room filled with a whole llama love for mama with this llama themed baby shower, which was the perfect gender neutral baby shower theme. Baby showers are one of my favorite events to design. A baby shower is still about mom before it’s all about the baby.
Once the baby arrives, they’re the focus as they should be! I had so much fun designing this llama baby shower for Ro and her daughter, Monica. We explored a boho-chic, balloon-o-rama, and succulents llama theme ultimately settling on balloons as you can tell!
Even though Monica knew her baby’s gender from her gender reveal, we wanted a neutral shower, so I created several gender neutral baby shower ideas. The llama baby shower theme is great for any season whether it’s a winter or summer baby shower.
We played around with color schemes, but ultimately, the color palette was a light blue, mint green and white. Whether you’re having a boy or a girl, they’re fun, bright colors. Plus, llama cactus themes are so in right now!
I love to set the theme with baby shower invitations, so we applied our color scheme to the shower invitation. I added pops of black to tie in the black chairs at the venue. Also, when you typically think of balloon runners, you think of rectangular tables.
However, I created a beautiful zig-zag pattern with balloon runners that I created with Chrissy B Creative. I’ve created balloon runners on my own before, but working with Chrissy B Creative is always so much easier!
I love circular tables because they foster great conversation among guests. I found it to be particularly important here because we did not assign seats.
Usually, I love to have a place card at everyone’s seat. However, with a baby shower of over 60 people, it was necessary. My two favorite guests in appearance were mom-to-be’s 90-year-old grandparents. How sweet is that?!
I sprinkled intricate details throughout the shower, but some of my favorites were the plates from Harlow & Grey and the menus I personally created using supplies from Paper Source.
Of course, I had champagne labels, too! If you know me, you know champagne labels are my favorite decor item to mix in. I used them on all wine and champagne bottles as well as the favor boxes.
With such a decadent sweets table, grandma-to-be and I opted for sweets takeaway boxes as the favor so guests could create a box to go.
Shower favors are tricky. I love to create shower favors that are useful for baby shower parties. I often try and use food or decor that can double as a favor. For this party, the sweets table was too good not to share!
Sweets tables are so pretty, but if not used appropriately, the food could go to waste. By making the sweets a baby shower favor, we utilized the sweets as a treat AND a favor! Plus, the llama baby shower cake was super eye-catching. Of all of the llama baby shower decorations, it was the greatest show stopper.
Then, we had fun little prizes for the baby shower games.
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All in all, this llama themed baby shower was one of my favorites!! The llama baby shower decorations included a sweets table (with a llama baby shower cake!), which doubled as our party favors, decor, and place settings.
Plus, I loved how the huge balloons from Paris312 complemented the baby shower gifts.
All details were so charming. It was such a pleasure to work with the below vendors to pull this event together. I hope you love the gallery of images, and if you have an event coming up, please let me know!
Planning & styling | Girl Meets Party
Plates, cups & napkins | Harlow & Grey
Wine labels & favor box labels | LabelsbyLindseyAnne
Balloon runners & sweets table backdrop | Chrissy B Creative
Large balloons | Paris 312
Llama cake topper | Heartfelt Handmade
Llama cupcake toppers | Leia Party
Cake & cookies | Sweet Mandy Bs
Floral | Jewel Osco – Debi Lilly Collection
Photography | Wonder and Awe Photography
Affectionately known to her friends as Millennial Martha for her love of DIY and decorating, Jen can’t help but pour her heart + soul into everything she touches. She’s loved to entertain since acquiring a table and chairs, and giving gifts is one of her favorite hobbies. Jen is the creator of Girl Meets Party. Her dream is to share her passions with the world in hopes to inspire others by making the seemingly unattainable attainable.